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Runabout 4200ATR Light utility Vehicle All Terrain
Table of Contents
Runabout
TM
ATR
All Terrain Runabout
4200ATR Light Utility Vehicle
20920
Pictured with optional accessories: Back Screen, Rear Rack, Front Rack, Brush Guard,
Front Winch, Roller Hawse, Grab Light, and Gun Case.
710-040M
Operator’s Manual
!
Read the Operator’s manual entirely. When
you see this symbol, the subsequent
instructions and warnings are serious - follow
without exception. Your life and the lives of
others depend on it!
© Copyright 2008 Printed
7/14/08
Cover photo may show optional equipment not supplied
with standard unit.
Table of Contents
Section 1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Safety First . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Using This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Terminology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Models Covered . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Getting Acquainted with your ATR . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Owner Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Serial Number Plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Section 2 Important Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . 3
Look For The Safety Alert Symbol . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Be Aware of Signal Words . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
For Your Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Safe Operating Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Safety Decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Section 3 Pre-Delivery and Check List . . . . . . . . . . 12
Pre-Delivery Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Vehicle Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Dealer Service and Inspection List . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Dealer Test Ride List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Dealer Delivery To Customer List . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Customer Acceptance List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Section 4 Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Operator Responsibilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Pre-Start Check List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
General Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Floor Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Center Console Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Towing the ATR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Traveling Tips From the Trail Masters . . . . . . . . . . 16
Preparation and Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Plan Your Route . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Plan Your Gear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Going Out on the Trail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Section 5 Options and Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Bumper Style . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Section 6 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
General Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Torque Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Wheel Lug Nuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Engine Torques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
All Other Torques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Tire Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Jacking the Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Shock Absorber Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Electrical System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Jump Starting the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Prepare Vehicle to Jump-Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Connecting Jumper Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Disconnecting Jumper Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Fuel System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Fuel Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Engine Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
High Altitude Carburetor Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Engine Fuel Valve Lever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Drive Belt Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Engine Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Dual Air Filter Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . . 24
Dual Air Filter Maintenance Procedure . . . . . . . . 24
Filter Elements Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Spark Arrester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Spark Arrester Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . 25
Spark Arrester Maintenance Procedure . . . . . . . 25
Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Section 7 Lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Lubrication Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Engine Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Transfer Case Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Master Cylinder Brake Fluid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Grease Lubrication Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
King Pin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Section 8 Seasonal Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Seasonal Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Engine Preparation for Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Vehicle Storage Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Vehicle Removal From Storage Preparation . . . . 30
Section 9 Body Repair Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Light Scuff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Scratch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Deep Gouge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Section 10 Specifications & Capacities . . . . . . . . . 33
Section 11 Features & Benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Section 12 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Section 13 Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Torque Values Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Land Pride Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
© Copyright 2008 All rights Reserved
Land Pride provides this publication “as is” without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this manual,
Land Pride assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions. Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of the information contained herein. Land
Pride reserves the right to revise and improve its products as it sees fit. This publication describes the state of this product at the time of its publication, and may not reflect
the product in the future. The illustrations in this manual are not intended for safe and proper assembly or disassembly of equipment. The illustrations are intended for
ordering parts only.
Land Pride is a registered trademark.
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All other brands and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
Printed in the United States of America.
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Section 1 Introduction
Section 1 Introduction
Land Pride welcomes you to its growing family of new
product owners. This All Terrain Runabout is a light utility
vehicle that has been designed with care and built by
skilled workers using quality materials. Proper set-up,
maintenance and safe operating practices will help you
get years of satisfactory use from this vehicle.
Terminology
Right-hand and left-hand as used in this manual are
determined by facing the direction the vehicle will travel
while in use unless otherwise stated.
Definitions
The following terms are used throughout this manual.
Safety First
Land Pride is fully aware of the need for safe operating
procedures around all of our equipment. We hope you will
make a sincere effort to put safety above all other
priorities. The 4200ATR was designed and built for work,
recreation, and enjoyment; however, improper and
irresponsible operation could result in serious injury or
death. Since this is an off-road vehicle, operators will
seldom see the road safety and warning signs they are
accustomed to seeing on highways and public streets.
This places additional responsibility on the driver to
operate this vehicle well within the safe operational limits
and capabilities of the unit.
This manual has been prepared to instruct you in the safe
and responsible operation of your 4200ATR. Please read
and abide by all safety alert information about this vehicle.
If you do not understand any part of this manual, contact
your local dealer for additional information and
clarification. As the operator of this piece of equipment,
you are in complete control. Only you can prevent an
accident from happening!
Using This Manual
• Prior to any vehicle operation it is absolutely essential
that you read and comprehend each section in this
manual to develop an understanding of your vehicle and
for your safety. After reviewing this manual, store it in a
dry and easily accessible place for future reference.
• The Operator’s Section is designed to help familiarize
you with safety, assembly, operation, adjustments,
troubleshooting, and maintenance. Read this manual
and follow the recommendations to help ensure safe
and efficient operation.
• The information contained within this manual was
current at the time of printing. Some parts may change
slightly to assure you of the best performance.
• To order a new Operator’s or Parts Manual contact your
authorized dealer. Manuals can also be downloaded,
free-of-charge from our website at www.landpride.com
or printed from the Land Pride Service & Support Center
by your dealer.
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IMPORTANT: A special point of information related to
its preceding topic. Land Pride’s intention is that this
information should be read and noted before
continuing.
NOTE: A special point of information that the operator
must be aware of before continuing.
Application
Models Covered
4200ATR
Getting Acquainted with your ATR
This (ATR) All Terrain Runabout is a very unique vehicle
designed exclusively for off-road use. It is not designed,
properly equipped, or licensed to be safely operated on
public streets and highways. This vehicle is designed to
carry two people and a limited amount of gear or cargo
comfortably and safely over rough terrain that was only
accessible by ATV’s in the past.
Unlike ATV’s that have handlebar steering, the 4200ATR
has a steering wheel with easy handling rack-and pinion
steering. The steering’s tight turning radius makes this
vehicle more maneuverable than most ATV’s. Its four
wheeled independent suspension, large diameter hiflotation tires and high center-frame ground clearance
adds up to excellent stability and a smooth ride over rough
terrain. Outstanding two wheeled rear traction drive is
achieved by using premium off-road ATV type tires in
tandem with the engine mounted directly over the rear
differential.
Also unlike an ATV’s one person “straddle saddle” seat,
the 4200ATR sports dual high-back cushioned bucket
seats with seat belts mounted in a highly styled and
protective full length body. Two passengers can ride
comfortably in this vehicle protected from splashing water
and mud. A Four-Post Accessory Bar mounted to the
vehicle’s frame provides protection against low hanging
limbs and briars.
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Section 1 Introduction
The Four-Post Accessory Bar also provides a mounting
system for Land Pride’s optional windshields, canopy tops,
and weather enclosures. It also serves as a mounting
base for Land Pride’s optional cargo racks, gun and bow
racks, and back screen for transporting accessories such
as camping equipment, tree stands, hunting gear, and
fishing gear. A standard receiver-type receiver hitch
enables quick installation of a rear hitch for pulling small
trailers full of supplies, tools, gear, and game.
Serial Number Plate
Refer to Figure 1
Always use the serial and model number when ordering
parts from your Land Pride dealer. The serial-number
plate is located on the passenger’s side just below the
engine serial number on the engine mounting plate as
shown in figure 1 below.
The 4200ATR does have some similarities to an ATV.
Like an ATV the 4200ATR does have a short wheelbase,
narrow stance, and high center clearance all which
provide for narrow and difficult trail access. This
combination of short wheelbase and narrow stance also
enables this vehicle to be loaded in the back of most full to
mid-sized pickups for transport.
The ATR has very low ground compaction and is very
gentle on the ground and surrounding vegetation. The
highly energized four wheeled independent suspension
system provides an incredibly soft ride and outstanding
stability over difficult terrain. The engine is EPA certified
and meets California Air Resources Board (CARB)
certification standards. When you also consider the fact
that it takes two ATV’s to safely haul two people that one
ATR can haul, the 4200ATR is downright “Environmentally
Friendly”. Remember, when trying to get to that off-road
site with or without a companion for either work or
recreation, Land Pride’s 4200ATR makes getting there
and back safely “the best part of the trip”.
21008
Serial Number Plate Location
Figure 1
Record your ATR model number and serial number here
for quick reference:
Model Number:__________________________
Owner Assistance
Serial Number: ___________________________
The safety video should be viewed by the owner and the
Warranty Registration card should be filled out by the
dealer at the time of purchase. The owner should also
receive a copy of the safety video upon purchasing the
vehicle as well as have participated in a short drivers
training course with the dealer. This information is
necessary to provide you with quality customer service.
Your Land Pride dealer wants you to be satisfied with your
new vehicle. If you do not understand any part of this
manual or are not satisfied with the service received,
please take the following actions.
The parts on your 4200ATR Light Utility Vehicle have been
specially designed and should only be replaced with
genuine Land Pride parts.
If customer service or repair parts are required contact a
Land Pride dealer. They have trained personnel, genuine
repair parts and equipment specially designed to repair
Land Pride products.
1. Discuss the matter with your dealership service
manager. Make sure they are aware of any problems
so they can assist you.
2. If you are still unsatisfied, seek out the owner or
general manager of the dealership.
3. For further assistance write to:
Product Support
Land Pride Service Department
1525 East North Street
P.O. Box 5060
Salina, Ks. 67402-5060
E-Mail Address
[email protected]
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Section 2 Important Safety Information
Section 2 Important Safety Information
IMPORTANT: Read and understand all pages in this manual thoroughly before operating your ATR.
These are common practices that may or may not be applicable to the products described in
this manual.
Look For The Safety Alert Symbol
Be Aware of Signal Words
The SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL indicates there is a
potential hazard to personal safety involved and extra
safety precaution must be taken. When you see this
symbol, be alert and carefully read the message that
follows it. In addition to design and configuration of
equipment, hazard control and accident prevention are
dependent upon the awareness, concern, prudence
and proper training of personnel involved in the
operation, transport, maintenance and storage of
equipment.
A signal words designate a degree or level of
hazard seriousness. The signal words are:
!
!
!
DANGER
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, will result in serious or death
injury. This signal word is limited to the most extreme
situations, typically for vehicle components that, for
functional purposes, cannot be guarded.
WARNING
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious
injury, and includes hazards that are exposed when
guards are removed. It may also be used to alert
against unsafe practices.
!
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate
injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe
practices.
For Your Protection
Before Operating
▲ Thoroughly read and understand
▲ This All Terrain Runabout Light
the instructions given in this
manual before operation. Refer to
the “Safety Label” section, read all
instructions noted on the decals.
▲ Do not allow anyone to operate
this equipment who has not fully
read and comprehended this
manual and who has not been
properly trained in the safe
operation of the equipment.
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Utility Vehicle is not to be driven
on public roads.
▲ Do not operate this vehicle under
the influence of alcohol or drugs.
▲ Always inspect the vehicle before
operating it. See "Pre-Start
Check List" on page 14.
OFF
▲ Do not operate this machine
unless all safety shields are in
place and all badly worn, broken
or missing parts have been
properly replaced.
▲ Wear appropriate protective gear
and clothing such as safety
helmet, goggles, gloves,
coveralls, etc., when conditions
warrant.
▲ No driver under age of 16.
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Section 2 Important Safety Information
These are common practices that may or may not be applicable to the products described in
this manual.
Practice Safe
Maintenance
▲ Make sure all moving parts have
stopped and all system pressure
is relieved.
▲ Understand procedure before
▲ Allow the engine to cool
doing work. Use proper tools and
equipment. Refer to this manual
for additional information.
completely.
▲ Work in a clean, dry area.
▲ Place the vehicle in neutral, set
▲ Inspect all parts. Make sure
parts are in good condition and
installed properly.
▲ Remove buildup of grease, oil or
debris.
▲ Disconnect battery ground cable
▲ Remove all tools and unused
(-) before servicing or adjusting
electrical systems or before
welding.
parts from the All Terrain
Runabout before operation.
parking brake, turn off engine,
and remove key before
performing maintenance. Chock
wheels if you must perform
maintenance on a slope.
OFF
Prepare for
Emergencies
Wear Protective
Equipment
▲ Be prepared if a fire starts.
▲ Wear protective clothing and
▲ Keep a first aid kit and fire
extinguisher handy.
▲ Keep emergency numbers for
doctor, ambulance, hospital and
fire department near phone.
equipment.
▲ Wear clothing and equipment
appropriate for the job. Avoid
loose-fitting clothing.
▲ Because prolonged exposure to
loud noise can cause hearing
impairment or hearing loss, it is
best to wear suitable hearing
protection such as earmuffs or
earplugs.
▲ Because operating equipment
safely requires your full attention,
avoid wearing radio headphones
while operating machinery.
Tire Safety
Tire changing can be dangerous
and should be performed by trained
personnel using correct tools and
equipment.
▲ When inflating tires, use a clip-on
chuck and extension hose long
enough for you to stand to one
side–not in front of or over tire
assembly. Use a safety cage if
available.
▲ When removing and installing
wheels, use wheel-handling
equipment adequate for weight
involved.
▲ It is the discretion of the operator
and passenger to wear Seat
Belts
911
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Section 2 Important Safety Information
Safe Operating Procedures
The safe operation of any machinery is a big concern to all
consumers. Your 4200ATR has been designed with many
built-in safety features. However, no one should operate
this vehicle before carefully reading this Operator’s
Manual. Also read all instructions noted on the safety
decals.
! WARNING
Most accidents with off road vehicles occur when traveling up,
down, or across the face of a slope. Refer to operation
instructions and safety video for proper operation procedures.
▲ Always be aware of and avoid tree limbs and brush
that have a potential of hitting and/or poking individuals
riding the vehicle. Serious body harm could result.
▲ Avoid sudden stops, starts and turns.
▲ Always operate your vehicle at a safe speed that will
allow you to maintain control.
▲ Operator and passenger are responsible for deciding if
their situation warrants using Seat Belts.
▲ Do not exceed total payload capacity of this vehicle.
▲ Do not pull a trailer or implement exceeding 400 pound
towing capacity or loss of control may result.
▲ Do not attach an implement, trailer or other device to
▲ Be familiar with all functions of this vehicle.
▲ Keep all bystanders away from this vehicle during
operation.
▲ Do not allow anyone to operate this vehicle who has
not fully read and comprehended this manual and who
has not been properly trained in the safe operation of
this vehicle.
▲ Do not operate a vehicle with damaged or defective
parts. Repair all damages and defective parts before
putting vehicle back in to service.
▲ Do not allow anyone under 16 years of age to operate
this vehicle.
▲ Operator must always use both hands on the steering
wheel.
▲ No riders allowed except in factory designed and
supplied seating. No more than one person in a seat.
Maximum vehicle occupancy including driver is 2.
▲ Operate this vehicle from the driver’s seat only.
▲ Do not leave this vehicle unattended with engine
running.
▲ Do not dismount a moving vehicle as serious injury or
death could occur.
▲ Always operate vehicle with belt guard installed. Do
not leave pulleys and belts exposed.
▲ Do not touch engine, engine exhaust pipe and/or
muffler while they are hot.
▲ Keep hands, feet, long hair, clothing, and jewelry away
from moving parts and obvious pinch points to avoid
getting caught.
▲ Wear snug-fitting clothing to avoid entanglement with
moving parts.
▲ Some conditions may warrant extra safety gear to be
worn such as safety helments and/or goggles.
▲ Keep hands, arms, feet and all bodily appendages
safely inside the confines of the vehicle.
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the hitch that will produce negative tongue weight.
▲ Follow all towing instructions in this manual when
towing the ATR behind another vehicle. Do not tow
vehicle faster than 25 MPH.
▲ Do not use the vehicle as an anchor device.
▲ Beware, tow ropes, cables and chains can break when
pulling another vehicle or object causing serious injury
or death to anyone in line with the whipping action
created when they break. Never jerk when pulling,
always ease into a pull gently. Always stay clear of the
tow line. Never be in line with the tow line.
▲ Reduce speed when loaded with cargo. Heavy cargo
load takes longer to stop.
▲ Reduce speed and payload on hilly, rough, wet, slick
or unstable ground.
▲ Always make turns at a speed that will maintain control
of vehicle. Never make turns at full speed. Reduce
speed when turning empty and reduce speed even
more when turning loaded with cargo or when pulling a
cargo load. The heaver the cargo load, the slower the
turn should be.
▲ Make sure all gear or cargo is properly secured and
tied down.
▲ Do not exceed front cargo rack capacity of 160 lbs.
and rear cargo rack capacity of 40 lbs.
▲ Do not mount a receiver hitch type carrier platform to
the vehicle.
▲ Do not load the Four-Post Accessory Bar with heavy
equipment. Rollover could result from such loading.
▲ The Four-Post Accessory Bar is not certified ROPS
(Roll Over Protection System). Always avoid rollovers.
▲ Do not operate this vehicle on highways, public roads,
or where it may be a hazard to faster moving traffic.
▲ Do not operate this vehicle while drinking or under the
influence of alcohol and drugs.
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Section 2 Important Safety Information
▲ Never attempt wheelies, jumps, or other stunts. Never
drive recklessly. Always operate your vehicle at a safe
speed that will allow you to maintain control.
▲ Never use vehicle for racing and never modify the
engine to exceed 25 MPH vehicle speed.
▲ Never modify any parts on the vehicle without
authorization. Unauthorized modifications will void
warranty to all parts directly and indirectly affected by
the modification.
▲ Always make sure the vehicle pathway is clear of all
objects when backing up. Know location of personnel
around vehicle and especially location of small
children. Take extra precautions when rear view is
hindered by cargo.
▲ Always park on level ground, stop engine, set park
brake (see “Park Brake Lever” on page 15) and remove
ignition key before leaving the vehicle. Chock tires if
condition warrants.
▲ Use extreme caution when cresting hills or when
visibility is limited. Proceed slowly until you are sure
trail conditions immediately ahead are safe.
▲ Keep front wheels straight when cresting hills or going
over bumps.
▲ Do not stop, start suddenly or over accelerate on hills.
Loss of control and rollover could result.
▲ Use extreme caution when descending hills or running
on loose slippery surfaces. Towing, braking, and
tractive capabilities are greatly diminished.
▲ Do not operate vehicle on 15 degree slopes or
steeper.
▲ Avoid changing direction or making sharp steering
corrections on slopes or rollover may occur.
▲ If this vehicle begins to tip when crossing a slope, turn
the front wheels downhill to regain stability and control.
▲ When crossing a slope on soft terrain, turn the front
wheels slightly uphill and maintain a constant speed to
maintain a straight line of travel.
▲ When descending hills or slopes apply steady
pressure to the foot brake to avoid potential of
freewheeling or runaway.
▲ Never allow vehicle to coast or free wheel in neutral or
loss of control may result.
the hill or a rollover could result.
▲ When travelling at night always use your headlights
and reduce speed according to visibility, trail and
terrain conditions.
▲ Avoid water crossings when possible and never cross
a body of water where depth is unknown. Loss of
power will occur if the drive belt becomes submerged
or wet. Unnecessary crossing of streams and
waterways erodes shore line and damages water-born
habitat. If you must cross, do it at a point where banks
are not steep and proceed at a slow and steady speed.
▲ Front bumper and brush guards are not designed as
pusher bars. Do not attempt to push other vehicles or
implements or damage may result.
▲ When refueling use an (UL) approved non-metallic
container that has no screen or filter. Set the container
on the ground before fueling to eliminate static
discharge and do not use Methanol fuel.
▲ Do not smoke or use electrical devices including cell
phones while refueling.
▲ Always maintain proper tire inflation. See "Tire
Maintenance" on page 19.
▲ Always disconnect the negative battery terminal before
making adjustments to the vehicle electrical system or
welding on this vehicle.
▲ Battery fumes are explosive. A spark will ignite battery
fumes. Wear a face shield when charging or jumping a
battery. Follow all battery safety rules outlined in this
manual.
▲ Avoid battery acid spills. Do not get battery acid on
eyes, face, or other body parts. Flush eyes and other
body parts immediately with water for at least 15
minutes if battery acid has gotten on them.
▲ Always check wheel lug nut torque values two hours
after initial operation and two hours after each tire
repair and/or replacement. Routinely check lug nut
torque valves every 100 hours of operation. See
"Wheel Lug Nuts" on page 19.
▲ Support this vehicle securely before working beneath.
Chock the wheels to prevent the vehicle from rolling.
▲ Do not shift transfer case unless this vehicle is fully
stopped and the engine is at idle or damage may
occur.
▲ If your vehicle loses power and stops on a hill,
immediately engage the foot brake and back slowly
down the hill maintaining a straight downhill line of
travel. Do not attempt to turn the vehicle sideways on
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Section 2 Important Safety Information
Safety Decals
1. Your 4200 All Terrain Light Utility Vehicle comes equipped
with all safety decals in place. They were designed to help
you safely operate this vehicle and to serve as a reminder to
keep safety uppermost in your mind. Read and follow decal
directions.
2. Keep all safety decals clean and legible.
3. Replace all damaged or missing decals. Order new safety
decals through your Land Pride dealer.
4. Some new equipment installed during repair requires safety
labels to be affixed to the replaced component as specified
by Land Pride. When ordering new parts or components,
also request corresponding safety decals.
5. Refer to this section for proper label placement. Install new
decals as follows
a. Clean the area on which the decal is to be placed.
b. Spray soapy water on the surface where the decal is to
be placed.
c. Peel backing from decal. Press firmly on surface,
being careful not to cause air bubbles under decal.
d. Squeeze out air bubbles with the edge of a credit card.
20962
818-543C
Danger: PD Guard Missing
20963
838-303C
Danger: Battery (Located behind front grill)
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20964
838-486C
Warning: General Utility Vehicle
838-487C
20965
Control Panel/Gear Shift
838-488C
Control Panel/ Park Brake
20966
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838-489C
20967
Warning: Rollover Hazard
838-490C
Caution: Stop Engine
20968
838-491C
Warning: Improper Use
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838-493C
Trailer Towing Information
838-494C
Warning: (GVW) Load Rating
20970
20964
838-508C
Warning: Before Filling Tank with Gasoline
20969
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21029
Muffler Warning!
Hot and a crossed out pictorial hand for do not touch
are embossed in engine muffler shield.
21030
20971
Warning Label Included with Seat
Warning: Check Seat mounting
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Section 3 Pre-Delivery and Check List
Section 3 Pre-Delivery and Check List
Each vehicle must undergo a Pre-Delivery Inspection by the Dealer. Listed below is an example of the checklist that is
included with the Warranty Registration that is to be submitted to Land Pride upon Retail Sale. The Pre-Delivery
Certificate and Warranty Registration must be submitted to Land Pride in order to activate the vehicle warranty.
Pre-Delivery Certificate
The dealer is required to complete Land Pride’s
“Certificate of Light Utility Vehicle Pre-Delivery” form
before customer may take possession of the vehicle. The
form information must be filled in and check list checked
off or initialed by individuals performing the checks.
Dealership’s name, signatures of individuals filling in the
form, seller’s signature, customer’s signature, and signing
dates are also required before the form is returned to Land
Pride. Below is a list of the information found in the form
that is required to be completed and checked off.
Vehicle Information
Model No.
_________________
Date
_________________
Serial No.
_________________
Engine Serial No.
_________________
Dealer Service and Inspection List
___Fully charge battery. Check battery voltage to verify
that it is fully charged.
___Connect negative battery cable. (Negative battery
cable is disconnected before leaving the factory and is
to be disconnected after initial dealer set-up to prevent
battery discharge while setting on the dealer lot.)
___Check fuel valve lever to make sure it is in the correct
position. See "Engine Fuel Valve Lever" on page 23
for additional information.
___Check Battery voltage and recharge if required.
___Make sure all safety decals are in place.
___Check headlights to make sure they are working and
are properly mounted.
___Check tail lights and brake lights to make sure they are
working and are properly mounted.
___Inspect air cleaner element. Make certain it is clean
and in place.
___Inspect the fuel tank to make sure it is properly
installed and that there are no leaks.
___Check tire pressure to make sure front and rear tires
have 7 psi.
___Check fuel level to make sure there is at least 1/8 of a
tank of gas prior to performing initial starting
operations.
___Make sure wheel lug bolts/nuts are tightened to 90
Newton meters/(65ft. lbs.).
___Inspect fuel lines to make sure they are properly
installed and that there are no leaks.
___Check Master Cylinder to make sure it is filled.
___Check steering by executing a full lock to lock turn in
each direction.
___Check engine oil level at the dipstick. Add SAE 10W30
oil if oil is below the full mark on the dipstick.
___Check engine for correct RPM. Set to factory
specification if needed.
___Check Tie Rods for tightness
___Check Choke Control. It should move and return
freely.
___Step on foot brake to make sure there is plenty of
pedal and that brakes hold pressure and do not bleed
off. Add brake fluid and bleed brakes if required.
___Make sure seats and seat belts are properly fastened
to the frame.
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___Check park brake to make sure it will engage, hold and
release.
___Make sure neutral start feature is working by trying to
start the unit while the shifter is located in the forward
and reverse positions.
___Check throttle control to make sure it moves and
returns freely.
___Check differential oil level at the differential oil plug.
Add 80/90 gear lube if oil is below oil plug outlet.
___Check overall appearance for cleanliness and for body
and molding damage.
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Dealer Test Ride List
Customer Acceptance List
___Check engine for starting, accelerating, running
smooth, and idling smoothly.
Customer initials required where accepted as successfully
completed
___Check steering response. There should be no freeplay.
___Customer has reviewed and understand Land Pride
warranty policy (ies).
___Check forward, neutral, and reverse shifting response.
Also check neutral start response.
___Customer has inspected the vehicle and it meets to
customer satisfaction.
___Check park brake to make sure it engages, holds, and
disengages.
___Customer understand the importance of following the
owner’s manual instructions.
___Make sure rocker switches are all working.
___Customer has completed the Land Pride safety
training course.
___Make sure throttle is responsive and returns freely.
___Make sure the suspension ride is satisfactorily and
stable.
___Make sure there are no fuel or petroleum leaks.
___Make sure the foot brake has a firm engagement and
that stopping is straight.
___Make sure there are no bad rattles or vibrations.
Dealer Delivery To Customer List
___Warranty registration form is complete.
___Owner’s Manual has been delivered to and reviewed
by the customer.
___Engine Manual has been delivered to and reviewed by
the customer.
___Warranty Policy limits and requirements have been
explained to the customer.
___Customer has reviewed the safety video.
___Location and functions of vehicle controls have been
explained.
___Fuel transportation and storage procedures have
been explained.
___Fluid fill and lubrication points have been located and
explained to the customer.
___Customer has completed the driving course.
___Information on the safety decals have been reviewed
with the customer.
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Section 4 Operating Instructions
Section 4 Operating Instructions
Operator Responsibilities
!
WARNING
It is the operator’s responsibility to have read this manual
thoroughly and to know how to operate this vehicle safely in all
situations. See "Section 2 Important Safety Information"
starting on page 3
Pre-Start Check List
• Lubricate the vehicle as indicated in the Lubrication
portion of "Section 7 Lubrication" starting on
page 27.
• Check tire pressure as indicated in the "Tire Inflation
Chart" on page 19.
• Make sure wheel lug bolts/nuts are tightened to 65ft. lbs.
• All nuts, bolts, screws, and fasteners should be
checked. Refer to the Torque Value Chart in "Section
13 Appendix" starting on page 39.
• Turn on headlights to make sure battery has a charge
and electrical lighting circuit is working.
• Check tail lights and brake lights.
• Step on foot brake to make sure there is plenty of pedal
and that brakes hold pressure and do not bleed off. Add
brake fluid as indicated in "Master Cylinder Brake
Fluid" on page 29 and bleed brakes if required.
• Check park brake to make sure it will engage, hold and
release.
• Check steering by executing a full lock to lock turn in
each direction.
• Check to make sure neutral start feature is working by
trying to start the unit while the shifter is located in the
forward and reverse positions. (Unit should not start.)
• Check engine oil level at the dipstick. Add oil as
indicated in "Engine Oil" on page 27 if oil is at or below
the add mark on the dipstick.
• Check differential oil level at the differential oil plug. Add
gear lube as indicated in "Transfer Case Oil" on page
28 if oil is below oil plug outlet.
• Check fuel valve lever position. Valve lever should be off
except when running the engine. See also “Engine Fuel
Valve Lever” on page 23.
• Check fuel level to make sure there is at least 1/8 of a
tank of gas prior to performing initial starting operations.
• Make sure low engine idle speed is set between 1250
and 1350 rpm and that maximum engine static speed
does not exceed 3800 rpm. Modifying or adjusting the
carburetor to increase vehicle speed above factory
set specification is a safety violation and could
result in voiding the warranty.
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General Operation
!
DANGER
Avoid injury or death from entanglement in the rotating beltline.
All shields must be in place and secure when operating. Keep all
persons away from rotating driveline.
Start the ATR by following the starting procedures
displayed at the gearshift lever and as noted below.
1. Depress brake pedal with your foot and hold. Pull
firmly up on the park brake lever with your hand until
the lever is tight.
2. Place gearshift in neutral. Engine will not start with
vehicle in gear.
3. Apply choke fully when engine is cold.
4. Turn ignition key fully clockwise and hold until engine
starts.
5. Release ignition key to run position and choke to
normal operating position immediately after engine
starts.
6. Turn ignition key counterclockwise to stop engine.
Driving an ATR is as easy as driving a car with an
automatic transfer case. A simple forward and reverse
shifter provides direction control. A neutral start feature
and keyed 12 volt electronic ignition makes for safe and
easy starting. We have provided a manual choke control
on the console for quick cold weather starting. There is a
back-up pull-rope starter mechanism on the engine just in
case you accidentally leave the key on and run the battery
down. The infinitely variable torque converter drive system
means there is no clutching. You just shift into either
forward or reverse when the vehicle is stopped and step
on the throttle pedal to go at speeds up to 25 mph. Never
shift while the vehicle is moving. The unit will only start
when the shift lever is in neutral position.
Braking is accomplished by simply depressing the
automotive style brake pedal located on the floorboard.
This activates the rear automotive type hydraulic drum
brakes. A lever action parking brake control is mounted on
the center console located between the operator and
passenger seats. Depress the top mounted button on the
park brake control lever to release the park brake.
Floor Controls
Refer to Figure 4-1
#1 Brake Pedal: Applying pressure to the brake pedal
instead of the accelerator pedal with your foot will
slow down and/or stop the vehicle. Riding or resting
your foot on the pedal unnecessary will wear the
brakes out prematurely.
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#2
Accelerator Pedal: Changes engine rpm and
vehicle ground speed. Press down on the
accelerator pedal with your foot to increase speed
and let up on the pedal to decrease speed. Vehicle
should not move when engine is idling. Adjust
engine idle speed if vehicle moves while accelerator
pedal is not being depressed.
#7
the lever all the way down before letting up on the
button.
Ignition Switch: Starts and stops the engine.
Vertical position is off. Turn switch key clockwise to
start engine. See “General Operation” on page 14 for
correct vehicle starting procedures.
4
3
2
5
Release
Button
6
Collar
1
21325
7
21330
Figure 4-1
Figure 4-2
Center Console Controls
Towing the ATR
Refer to Figure 4-2
#3 Gear Shift Lever: Changes transmission gears from
neutral to forward or reverse. Always start engine in
neutral.
The ATR is capable of being towed behind a tractor or
another vehicle as long as the following precautions are
followed:
• Pull up on gear shift collar and push lever all the way
forward to place transmission in forward gear.
• Pull up on gear shift collar and move lever to center
position to place transmission in neutral.
• Pull up on gear shift collar and pull lever all the way
back to place transmission in reverse gear.
#4 Choke Control: Used to choke the engine when
starting. Pull on knob when starting a cold engine.
Release knob after engine has started. Do not choke
an engine that is hot from operating. Engine flooding
may result.
#5
#6
Light Switch: Turns on head and tail lights. Press
bottom of switch to turn on lights and top of switch to
turn off lights.
Park Brake Lever: Sets and releases the park
brakes. Do not drive vehicle with park brake lever
set. Indicator light will illuminate indicating park
brake is engaged.
• Set park brakes: Depress the brake pedal down
with your foot and hold. Firmly pull-up on the park
brake lever until the lever is tight.
• Release park brakes: Depress the brake pedal
down with your foot and hold. Pull-up on the park
brake lever, depress the release button and push
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• The ignition switch must be turned off.
• The gear selector must be locked in neutral position.
• The park brake must be off.
• The vehicle must be towed with a rigid tow-bar that is
•
designed to tow the gross weight of the ATR. See
"Section 10 Specifications & Capacities" on page 33 for
vehicle gross weight.
Tow-bar must be securely attached to the ATR at a
location that will not damage the vehicle or come loose
from the vehicle.
• Owner/user takes on all responsibility and liability
resulting from attaching the tow-bar to the ATR and to
the vehicle towing the ATR.
• Do not allow anyone to ride in the ATR while it is being
towed with a tow-bar.
• Do not tow a trailer or vehicle behind an ATR that is
being towed.
• Do not tow vehicle at speeds over 25 mph. The vehicle
is designed to travel up to 25 mph. Higher speeds may
result in damage to the ATR, vehicle towing the ATR
and personnel.
• Slow down when turning to prevent loss of control and
rollovers.
• Obey all state and local laws for towing vehicles.
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Section 4 Operating Instructions
Traveling Tips From the Trail Masters
At Land Pride we want you to get maximum working or
recreational enjoyment out of your utility vehicle whether
you are using one of our All-Terrain Runabouts or one of
our terrain hugging utility trucks. If your work project or
recreational adventure is going to take you on an extended
ride deep into the wilderness or way out on the prairie,
you’ll need to seriously consider some of the following tips
from experienced pros about safety, gear, clothing,
supplies, and driving techniques.
Preparation and Planning
Do a complete equipment check as follows:
1. Make sure you have plenty of fuel and oil to make the
trip and then some.
2. Make sure your tires have proper inflation, your lug
bolts are tight, and that you have a spare and the tools
to change, repair, and inflate a tire. Consider adding a
puncture sealant to your tires as a preventative
measure.
3. Check for any loose or missing parts and definitely
make those needed repairs before going anywhere. It
is especially important that you check steering,
braking, throttle, electrical and, engine components
thoroughly.
Plan Your Route
1. Plan your route, destination, and rendezvous points
before starting out.
2. Don’t go it alone if at all possible. Taking someone
else along reduces the potential for loss of life or major
injury to inclement weather, animal attacks, or
accidents. Besides, it’s more fun when you have
someone to share the adventure with.
3. Obtain trail or area maps of your travel routes to and
from your destination. Communicate your travel plans
to responsible friends and or proper authorities. Plan
rendezvous points at conspicuous landmarks along
your route just in case you run into unexpected trouble
on the trail.
4. Make sure you take a weather radio and two-way
communication devices such as cell phones or long
range-two way radios. It is also good to have ground
flares, a flare gun, a smoke canister, emergency
strobe light, a reflecting mirror, matches for a signal
fire, and a compass.
Plan Your Gear
1. Plan your gear and gear up for the best and worst of
environmental conditions.
2. Check the short and long range weather forecast and
take protective gear and clothing to cover all
contingencies. It doesn’t have to snow for you to fall
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victim to hypothermia or exposure. Take or wear
appropriate eye and head protection, gloves, boots, a
long sleeve shirt, long pants, a jacket, rain gear, dry
socks, and a full change of dry clothing.
3. Pack a first aid kit, sunblocker, lip balm, insect
repellent, personal medications, water, tarp or tent,
flash light, survival knife, binoculars, camera, tool kit,
rope, duct tape, tow strap, winch or come-along,
eating and cooking utensils, and high energy trail
food.
4. Tie and lash down your gear and supplies securely.
Keep the bulk of the weight centered and mounted as
low as possible on the vehicle in order to maintain a
low center of gravity for safe and stable off-road travel.
Going Out on the Trail
1. When it’s time to hit the trail “take it all in” but do it
safely!
2. Make sure you brief your passenger on proper safety
procedures like keeping hands, arms, feet, and other
bodily appendages inside the vehicle. Passengers
should only be transported in factory supplied seating.
3. Operator and passenger are responsible for deciding
if their situation warrants using Seat Belts.
4. Avoid operating on excessively steep hills and
especially on hills that are steeper than 15 degrees.
Avoid crossing slopes if possible and don’t make
sharp uphill steering corrections or a rollover could
result. If your vehicle starts to tip over on a slope turn
the front wheels quickly down hill to regain stability
and control. The best way to climb most hills is to drive
straight up while maintaining a steady ground speed
and constant engine rpm. The best way to descend
most hills is straight down while using steady pressure
on the brakes without locking them up. Locking up the
brakes in a steep downhill situation can result in loss
of traction, steering’ and control. When you must
cross a slope on soft terrain, keep the front wheels
turned slightly uphill and maintain a constant speed
and a straight line of travel.
5. Driving too fast, being inattentive, and turning too
sharply on slippery surfaces can result in rollovers and
accidents almost quicker than any other ground
condition we know of. Snow cover, wet trails, loose
gravel, and frozen ground can all contribute to this
dangerous condition. In these conditions maintain
sharp focus on the trail ahead. Don’t make sharp turns
and avoid the need for hard braking if at all possible. If
you do start to slide turn the front wheels in the
direction of the skid to regain control.
6. Avoid paved surfaces. Land pride vehicles are
designed exclusively for off-road use only. We
understand that occasionally operators have to cross
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public roads or right of ways to gain access to work or
recreation sites, but don’t get in the way of faster traffic
and cross quickly and safely.
7. Land Pride Vehicles are capable of making
intermittent stream crossings where the depth of the
water briefly comes into contact with the bottom of the
floorboards, but you must keep these considerations
in mind. You must know how deep the water is and the
strength of the current. Cross where you have a
gradual incline for entry and exit and the bottom is
fairly clean and free of obstacles. Maintain a slow
steady speed disturbing the stream bed as little as
possible. If you submerge the torque converter and
drive belt, you will lose forward momentum and power.
If you submerge the engine or the whole vehicle, do
not attempt to start the vehicle but take it to your
nearest dealer immediately. After intermittent stream
or shallow water stand crossings, dry out the brake
linings and CVT drive belt by slightly accelerating the
engine rpm while riding the brakes momentarily until
full drive power and braking are restored.
8. Backing up in an off-road situation might seem a
simple thing to do to a novice, but having to back down
a hill is a very dangerous situation. If you are on level
ground always look behind you and back up slowly. If
you find yourself having to back down a hill, apply the
brakes very lightly. Hard braking can cause total loss
of control and a rollover situation. Try to back straight
down the hill without turning. Turning in this situation
can also cause a rollover.
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9. Whenever possible, park your vehicle on a level
surface with the transfer case in gear, set the park
brake, and remove the key. If you do have to park on a
hillside make to sure chock the rear wheels on the
downhill side to prevent a roll away. It’s a good idea to
keep your spare key stashed separately.
10. Never operate a vehicle under the influence of drugs
or alcohol. When you’re driving off-road vehicles you
need to keep your senses keen and capable of quick
reaction, sharp perception, and good balance.
11. Working or recreation in the deep wilderness or on the
prairies can be personally rewarding and very
enjoyable to those who truly love and understand
nature and the outdoors. Good judgement, maturity,
proper preparation, and planning can turn these
adventures into great experiences you’ll talk about for
a lifetime. Share these adventures with young people
whenever you can and show them how to do it right
and how to “Tread Lightly”. Don’t let anyone under 16
operate this vehicle. They just aren’t mature and
experienced enough to take on the serious
responsibility of operating a vehicle in the off-road
environment without the benefit of an experienced
adult with them. Remember the only one who can
prevent and avoid an accident is the operator in
control and that’s you!
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Section 5 Options and Accessories
Section 5 Options and Accessories
Options
Land Pride offers options that can be added to your ATR.
one wants to preserve the terrain being traveled over. Golf
courses, parks and other maintained areas make the Turf
Tire an excellent choice.
Bumper Style
Refer to Figure 4-3 and Figure 4-4
The two bumper styles available for your Land Pride ATR
are either the basic standard bumper shown in Figure 4-3
or the Brush Guard Bumper shown in Figure 4-4. The
Brush Guard offers more protection and is required when
adding on a front cargo rack, winch, or roller hawse
accessory.
Turf Tire
All Terrain Tire
21143
figure 4-5
Accessories
Standard
Bumper
21483
Figure 4-3
Front
Cargo
Rack
Brush
Guard
21484
Brush guard option shown with front cargo rack
Figure 4-4
Tires
Refer to figure 4-5
There are two types of tires available for your Land Pride
ATR. The All Terrain Tire is a good tire to choose when
traction is your first priority. This tire is a tough tire for going
over rough terrain. The Turf Tire is a good selection when
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A variety of accessory equipment has been designed to
complement your needs and make your Land Pride ATR a
very functional and useful vehicle. See your nearest Land
Pride Dealer for all accessories available. Accessories
available are:
• Floor Mats
• Accessory Bar Pad Kit
• Windshield Kit
• Hard Canopy Top
• Soft Cab Enclosure
with Soft Doors
• Back Screen
• Back Screen Head Rest
• Front Rack*
• Front Basket**
• Rear Rack
• Gun Rack
• Rear Reese Hitch
• Fifth Wheel Trailer***
• Power Plug Outlet
• 2,000 lb. Winch
• Roller Hawse
• Mud Flaps
• Front Tire chains
• Rear Tire Chains
* Requires front brush guard to attach.
** Requires front brush guard and front rack to attach.
*** Requires rear Reese hitch to tow.
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Section 6 Maintenance
Section 6 Maintenance
General Maintenance
!
WARNING
Read and observe all safety warnings in this manual and in the
engine service manual.
! WARNING
Except when checking or changing components, always keep
protective shields on for safety as well as for cleanliness.
!
WARNING
Keep engine clean of oil, grease, trash and debris which can
cause engine overheating, fires and belt wear. Clean only after
the engine has completely cooled. Wear gloves to protect hands
from cuts, puncture wounds and burns.
Some repairs require the assistance of a trained service
mechanic and should not be attempted by unskilled
personnel. Consult your Land Pride dealer when
assistance is needed.
Torque Values
Wheel Lug Nuts
!
WARNING
Particular attention must be given to tightening the wheel lug
nuts. Failure to correctly torque these items may result in the
loss of a wheel, which can cause personal injury and damage to
the vehicle.
Torque Values
FT -lbs.
! WARNING
DO NOT have engine running when servicing or making
adjustments to the vehicle. Shut engine off, place transmission
in gear, set park brake and remove ignition switch key for
maximum safety.
!
DANGER
Wheel lug
nuts
65 - 75
Engine Torques
! DANGER
Exercise extreme caution when working with and around the
Tire Maintenance
Regular maintenance is the best prevention for costly
downtime or expensive, premature repair. The following
pages contain suggested maintenance information and
schedules which the operator should follow on a routine
basis.
Remain alert for unusual noises, they could be signaling a
problem. Visually inspect the ATR for any abnormal wear
or damage. A good time to detect potential problems is
while performing scheduled maintenance service.
Correcting the problem as quickly as possible is the best
insurance.
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88.14 - 101.7
Always check wheel lug nut torque values two hours after
initial operation and two hours after each tire repair and/or
replacement. Routinely check lug nut torque valves every
100 hours of operation. See "Maintenance Schedule" on
page 26.
Repairs or maintenance specifically requiring engine power
should be performed by trained personnel only. Transmission
gear should be set in neutral with tires properly chocked or with
drive tires properly supported off the floor. Enclosed areas
should be properly ventilated to prevent carbon monoxide
poisoning.
belt drive. Make certain the engine cannot be accidentally
started. Shut engine off and remove ignition switch key for
maximum safety. Repairs or maintenance requiring engine
power should be performed by trained personnel only.
Nm
For engine torque values, see engine owner’s manual.
All Other Torques
For all other torques refer to “Torque Values Chart”
page 39.
It is important for your safety and the safety of others that
the tires have correct air pressure. Check air pressure in
all four tires before each use. Visually inspect tires for loss
of air throughout each day of operation. See Tire Inflation
Chart below for correct tire pressure.
Tire Inflation Chart
Tire
Inflation PSI
Front Tires
7
Rear Tires
7
Use only tires recommended by Land Pride.
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Jacking the Vehicle
!
DANGER
For your safety and safety of others, a jacked vehicle must be
supported properly with jack stands before working under and
around it. Also the wheels on the ground must be chocked on
both sides to prevent the vehicle from rolling forward or
backward.
IMPORTANT: Use a hydraulic jack, floor jack, or
scissor type jack to lift the vehicle. Do not use a
handyman jack or bumper jack and don’t jack against
the bumper, body, front 4-wheel drive transfer case,
rear transmission, or axles.
1. Park vehicle on a level surface, set park brake, turn
ignition switch off and remove switch key.
2. Chock front and back side of the wheels not being
jacked off the ground.
3. Loosen the lug nuts on any wheel being removed
approximately 1/2 turn counterclockwise while it is still
on the ground.
4. See important note above. Place proper jack under
vehicle as follows:
a. Front tires: Center jack under the body frame
between the two A-Frame struts.
b. Rear tires: Center jack under the receiver hitch.
5. Jack vehicle only high enough to do the work
intended.
6. Support the vehicle securely with jack stands before
working under or around the vehicle.
7. Work may now be performed on the vehicle. Be sure
to properly torque all bolts that were loosened. Wheel
bolts should be torqued after the vehicle is lowered to
the ground.
8. Lower the vehicle by first jacking the vehicle up high
enough to remove the jack stands. Then carefully
lower the jack until the vehicle is on the ground.
9. Remove wheel chocks.
Shock Absorber Adjustment
Traveling fast and carrying heavy loads can cause the
shock absorbers to bottom-out making the ride rough and
hard on the vehicle. This can be compensated for by
adjusting the front and rear shock springs. Typically, the
shock absorber springs are set soft for slow speeds and
light loads. Fast speeds and heavy loads require a firmer
setting.
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Adjust front and rear shock absorber springs as follows:
1. The shocks may be adjusted without jacking the
vehicle; however, it is easier if the tire near the shock
being adjusted is removed and the vehicle weight is
lifted off the shock.
2. Locate the step collar below the shock absorber
spring. Notice the stepped notches in the collar and
that one of the notches rest on a pin.
3. Use a pipe wrench to rotate the step collar only when
a special step collar wrench is not available.
4. Rotation direction is defined by looking down on the
shocks from the top side of the vehicle.
a. Rotate the step collar counterclockwise to
increases spring pressure and ride firmness.
b. Rotate the step collar clockwise to decrease
spring pressure and to soften the ride.
5. Return any removed tires and lower the vehicle to the
ground.
Electrical System
The electrical system is 12 volt, 10 amp with negative
ground. The electrical system is protected by a fuse
located at the battery positive post and a liquid tight selfresetting circuit breaker in the wiring harness at the
starter’s positive connection. The amp ratings are as
follows:
• Battery post fuse: - 175 Amps
• Self-resetting circuit breaker- 30 Amps
Common circuit failures are “shorts”, corroded or dirty
terminals, loose connections, defective wire insulation or
broken wires. Switches, solenoids and ignition
components can also not function, causing a short or open
circuit.
Before attempting any fault diagnosis of the electrical
system, use a test light or voltmeter to check the battery
voltage. If the battery voltage is satisfactory, check the
cleanliness and tightness of the terminals and ground
connections. A general understanding of electrical
servicing and use of basic test equipment is necessary for
troubleshooting and repair.
Major overhaul or repair of the starting motor or alternator
should be performed by trained technicians only.
Battery
Refer to Figure 6-1
The battery is located behind the removable front grill.
Remove grill by pressing down on the grill in the location of
the two tabs shown. Pull back at the top and lift up.
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!
WARNING
Keep battery terminals from touching any metal parts when
removing or installing the battery. Do not allow metal tools to
short between battery terminals and metal vehicle parts. Sparks
can cause a battery gas explosion which will result in personal
injury.
Your vehicle may be equipped with either a maintenancefree sealed battery or a maintenance-free battery with
removable vent caps. Inspect your battery and know which
battery your have. Water can not be added to sealed
batteries as the vent caps are not removable.
21006
Battery Location
Figure 6-1
!
CAUTION
Check water level once a year. The water level in each cell
should be up to the level indicator. If not, add water.
Distilled water should be used to fill each cell in the battery.
However, tap water may be used if tap water is not hard or
does not have high mineral or alkali content. Do not
overfill. Have the charging system checked by your local
Land Pride dealer if the battery requires water every few
months.
Do not overfill battery with water. Electrolytes may overflow
and damage paint, wiring or structure. Use soap and water to
clean the battery. Be careful not to get soap and water into the
battery. Use baking soda mixed in water to clean corrosion off
the terminals.
Land Pride recommends a maintenance-free battery size
BCI group U1/U1R battery. The battery should also have a
minimum 300 cold cranking AMP’s and 375 cranking
AMP’s at 32oF. Always follow the manufacturer’s
maintenance, safety, storing and charging specifications.
! WARNING
Acid can cause serious injury to skin and eyes. Avoid skin
Jump Starting the Battery
contact with battery acid and always wear eye protection when
checking the battery. Flush area with clean water and call a
physician immediately. Acid will also damage clothing.
The battery will discharge if the lights or any other
electrical equipment is left on after the engine has stopped
running. Also, the battery will discharge if the lights or
power plug outlet is used over a prolong period while the
engine is idling.
! WARNING
Do not allow an open flame near the battery when charging.
There is a pull-rope on the engine for starting a vehicle
with a low battery charge. Also the engine can be jumpstarted with a booster battery. Follow the procedures listed
below when jump-starting.
Hydrogen gas forms inside the battery. This gas is both toxic
and flammable and may cause an explosion if exposed to a
flame.
!
WARNING
Incorrect battery cable connections can damage vehicle’s
electrical system and cause battery cables to spark. Sparks
around a battery can result in a battery gas explosion and
personal injury.
• Always disconnect negative (black) battery cable before
disconnecting positive (red) cable.
• Always reconnect positive (red) battery cable to the
positive (+) post before reconnecting negative (black) cable
to the negative (-) post.
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Prepare Vehicle to Jump-Start
1. Use only a 12-volt battery to jump-start the ATR.
Higher voltages can damage the starter motor and
other electrical components. Do not use a 24 volt
battery or two 12-volt batteries connected in series.
2. Do not disconnect the vehicle’s battery that needs a
jump-start. Disconnecting the battery can damage the
vehicle’s electrical system.
3. Park the second vehicle close to the vehicle needing a
boost without touching the two vehicles together. Set
parking brake on both vehicles.
4. Turn off all ignition switches, electric switches, light
switches and set parking brakes on both vehicles.
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Red Jumper Cable
12 volt
Booster
Battery
Dead
Battery
Metal Surface
Black Jumper Cable
2. Disconnect the black jumper cable from the metal
surface on the vehicle that had the dead battery.
3. Disconnect the other end of the black jumper cable
from the negative post on the booster battery.
4. Disconnect the red jumper cable from the positive (+)
post on the booster battery.
5. Disconnect the other end of the red jumper cable from
the positive (+) post on the dead battery.
6. Drive the vehicle that had the dead battery for a while
to recharge the battery or recharge the battery with a
battery charger. Follow all battery charger instructions
when recharging a battery with a battery charger.
Figure 6-2
Connecting Jumper Cables
Refer to Figure 6-2
1. Inspect battery terminals for corrosion. Remove
excess corrosion before connecting jumper cables.
2. Connect one end of the red jumper cable to the
positive (+) terminal on the dead battery.
3. Connect the other end of the red jumper cable to the
positive (+) terminal on the booster battery.
4. Connect one end of the black jumper cable to the
negative (-) terminal on the booster battery.
!
WARNING
Make connection in step 5 below to a metal surface away from
the battery. Never connect to the negative (-) post of the dead
battery or to a metal surface near the battery. Sparking near the
battery can result in a battery gas explosion and personal
injury.
5. Connect the other end of the black jumper cable to a
metal surface on the vehicle that has the dead battery.
6. Inspect jumper cables to make certain they are not in
the way of moving and/or rotating components.
Reposition any cables that will be in the way.
!
WARNING
Make certain everyone is clear of all moving and rotating
components before starting either vehicle.
7. Start the second vehicle and run it at a moderate
speed for a few minutes to charge the dead battery.
8. After waiting a few minutes, start the first vehicle. It
should start within several tries. If the vehicle does not
start, then the problem might be something other than
the battery.
Disconnecting Jumper Cables
Refer to Figure 6-2
1. Let both vehicles run for several minutes to charge up
the dead battery before removing the jumper cables.
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Fuel System
!
DANGER
• Observe usual fuel handling precautions.
• Do not smoke while handling fuel.
• Do not fill tank with engine running or while engine is hot.
Allow the engine to cool before filling. Spilling fuel over the
engine, muffler, or a hot object may result in a fire or
explosion.
• Allow engine to cool before servicing the fuel system.
• Clean up any gasoline spills immediately.
• Keep fuel away from open flame or spark.
• Store the vehicle away from open flame or spark if there is
fuel in the tank.
• Use extra caution when handling gasoline and other fuels.
They are flammable and vapors are explosive. A fire or
explosion from gasoline can burn you and others and can
damage property.
• Refuel outdoors preferably, or in well ventilated areas.
• Never attempt to start engine when there is a strong odor of
gasoline fumes present. Locate and correct cause.
• Store gasoline in an approved container and keep it out of
children’s reach.
• Never buy more than a 30 day supply of gasoline.
• Do not fill gasoline containers inside a vehicle, on a truck,
or on a trailer. Interior carpets and plastic truck bed liners
insulate the container and slow loss of static charge.
• When practical, remove equipment from the truck or trailer
and refuel the equipment with its wheels on the ground. If
this is not possible, then refuel the equipment on the truck or
trailer using a portable container and not a gasoline
dispenser nozzle. If a gasoline dispenser nozzle must be
used, keep the nozzle in contact with the rim of the fuel tank
or container opening at all times until fueling is complete.
• Gasoline is a poison and harmful or fatal if swallowed.
• Long-term exposure to vapors can cause serious body
injury and illness. Avoid prolonged breathing of vapors.
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• Keep face away from nozzle and gas tank opening.
• Keep gas away from eyes and skin.
!
DANGER
Allow the engine to cool before filling the fuel tank. Spilling fuel
over the engine, muffler, or a hot object may result in a fire or
explosion.
Fuel Type
The fuel tank is located over the engine. Total capacity for
the fuel tank is 6.9 U.S. quarts.
When filling the fuel tank, place the gear shift in forward or
reverse, set the park brake, turn off the engine, and
remove ignition key. Clean dirt from around the fuel tank
cap, remove cap, and begin filling. When finished, screw
the cap back on securely and wipe up any spilled gasoline.
Use regular unleaded gasoline with an octane rating of 87
or higher.
IMPORTANT: Never use methanol, gasoline
containing methanol, or gasohol containing more
than 10% ethanol because the fuel system could be
damaged. Do not mix oil with gasoline.
Using a fuel stabilizer/conditioner in the vehicle can
provide benefits such as:
1. Keeps gasoline fresh during storage of 90 days or
less. For longer storage, drain the fuel tank.
2. Cleans the engine during operation.
3. Eliminates gum-like varnish build-up in the fuel system.
IMPORTANT: Do not use fuel additives containing
methanol or ethanol.
levels, oil quality and viscosity recommendations, bolt
torques, etc. Special attention should be paid to applicable
data that is not duplicated here.
High Altitude Carburetor Kit
IMPORTANT: The air-fuel mixture in carburetors
modified for high elevation is too lean when operating
at elevations below 5,000 feet. Operating engines with
modified carburetors below 5,000 feet can result in
engine overheating and serious engine damage.
Return carburetor to original factory specifications
when operating at low elevations.
ATR vehicles shipped from the factory are stocked with
carburetors designed to operate efficiently between 0 and
4,999 feet. Carburetor change over kits for different
altitudes may be purchased and installed by your nearest
Land Pride Dealer.
The following carburetor kits are available:
Elevation
Carburetor Kit No.
0’-4999’
5,000’-7,999’
8,000’ & up
99101-ZH8-0920
99101-ZH8-0900
99101-ZH8-0880
Engine Fuel Valve Lever
Refer to Figure 6-3
The engine fuel valve opens and closes the passage
between the fuel tank and carburetor. Leave fuel valve
lever in the OFF position when the engine is not in use to
prevent carburetor flooding and reduce possibility of fuel
leakage into the cylinder cavity and engine oil reservoir.
Turn fuel valve lever to the ON position only when running
the engine.
Add the correct amount of gas stabilizer/conditioner to the
gas. Follow the gas stabilizer/conditioner manufacturer’s
directions for best results.
See engine operator’s manual for the following:
• Fuel Filter location and servicing.
• Draining the fuel tank.
• Checking fuel line for cracks and leaks.
• Engine fuel valve lever.
Engine Maintenance
General Information
Detailed instructions and recommendations for break-in
and regular maintenance are specified in the engine
operator’s manual. Engine warranty is backed by the
engine manufacturer. Please refer to engine
manufacturer’s manual for engine servicing, lubricating oil
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Drive Belt Replacement
Replace drive belt when it shows signs of severe cuts,
tears, excessive weather checking, and cracking or burns
caused by slipping. Slight raveling of belt covering does
not indicate failure. Trim ravelings with a sharp knife.
Inspect belt pulley grooves and flanges for wear. A new
belt, or one in good condition, should never run against the
bottom of the groove. Replace pulley when this is the case,
otherwise belt will lose power and slip excessively.
Never pry a belt to get it on a pulley as this will cut or
damage the fibers of the belt covering.
Keep oil and grease away from belts, and never use belt
dressings. Any of these will destroy the belt composition in
a very short time.
!
CAUTION
Make certain to keep fingers from getting caught between belt
and pulley when rotating belt over pulley.
3. Hand squeeze the belt together between the upper
and lower sheaves to force the belt into the lower
variable speed sheave. This should open the lower
variable speed sheave side walls allowing room to
remove the belt.
4. Remove belt by rolling it off over the lower sheave and
then lifting it up off the top sheave.
5. Reinstall new belt by placing it over the top sheave
and then rolling it over the lower sheave.
6. Reinstall belt cover and fasteners.
7. Reattach the body to the back left corner of the
vehicle’s main frame.
8. Reconnect battery negative cable.
Engine Air Filter
Refer to Figure 6-5
Below is a general description of engine air filter
maintenance. See Engine Operator’s Manual for a
detailed description.
Replace drive belt as follows:
1. Park vehicle on a flat surface, move gear shift lever to
neutral, set park brake, turn off engine, remove
ignition key, and disconnect negative battery cable.
2. Remove bolt (See Figure 6-4) that secures the body to
the back left corner of the vehicle’s frame. Remove
bolts securing drive belt cover. Pull on the back left
corner of body only far enough for the belt cover to
clear the body while lifting it up out of the vehicle.
IMPORTANT: Over flexing the body will damage it. Do
not pull on the body more than what is necessary for
the belt cover to clear the body while lifting the cover
up out of the vehicle.
NOTE: Do not operate engine without both air filter
elements or with a damaged air filter element. Dirt will
enter the engine causing rapid engine wear and void
engine warranty.
Dual Air Filter Maintenance Schedule
• Inspect filter elements after each use.
• Clean filter elements every 3 months or every 50 hours
(whichever comes first).
• Replace paper element every year or 300 hours
(whichever comes first).
• Service more frequently when used in dusty
conditions.
• Replace foam element when damaged.
Dual Air Filter Maintenance Procedure
Bolt
Belt Cover
Figure 6-4
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1. Remove wing nut from air cleaner cover and remove
cover.
2. Remove wing nut from filter elements and remove
filters.
3. Separate foam filter element from paper filter element.
4. Inspect both air filter elements and replace any that
are damaged. Always replace paper filter element at
schedule intervals listed above.
5. Clean air filter elements as follows:
• Paper element - Lightly tap edge of filter element
on a hard surface several times or blow not more
than 30 psi compressed air through the filter from
the inside to the outside. Do not brush dust off the
element. Brushing will damage the paper and force
dust particles into the element.
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• Foam element - Clean foam element with
detergent in warm water or in a nonflammable
solvent. Do not wring element. Squeeze excess
cleaning fluids out. Allow time for the element to dry
and then soak it with clean engine oil. Squeeze
excess oil out. Excess oil left in the filter will cause
engine to smoke briefly when first started.
6. Repeat step 4 before installing the filter elements to
make sure they have not been damaged during
cleaning. Never run an engine without the filters
installed.
!
CAUTION
Service spark arrester every 100 hours to maintain efficiency.
!
CAUTION
Be careful not to damage spark arrester screen during cleaning.
Replace damaged spark arrester to prevent fires.
Refer to Figure 6-5
The spark arrester is located behind the muffler deflector
and is designed to suppress sparks from escaping the
muffler. Over time carbon deposits will build-up on the
Spark Arrester screen reducing engine power.
Spark Arrester Maintenance Schedule
• Inspect every 100 hours for carbon build-up and screen
damage.
• Clean whenever carbon build-up is visible or whenever
lost of engine power is detected.
• Replace when damaged.
Spark Arrester Maintenance Procedure
Engine Air Filter Elements
Figure 6-5
Filter Elements Replacement Parts
Refer to Figure 6-5
Description
Part No.
Paper Filter Element
17210-ZE3-000
Foam Filter element
17210-ZE3-010
Refer to Figure 6-5
1. Remove muffler deflector mounting screws and
muffler deflector.
2. Remove spark arrester from engine exhaust port.
3. Remove carbon deposits from spark arrester screen
with a wire bristle brush. Be careful not to damage
spark arrester screen.
4. Inspect spark arrester for holes or breaks in the
screen and replace if damaged.
5. Reinsert Spark Arrester into engine exhaust port and
reattach muffler deflector to muffler.
Spark Arrester
!
DANGER
The spark arrester does not stop all fire emitting sparks from
escaping the muffler. Use extreme caution when driving through
dry grass, brush and other fire hazard materials. Never stop or
park the vehicle over combustible materials.
!
WARNING
The muffler is very hot and will burn upon contact. Allow time
to cool before servicing the spark arrester.
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Maintenance Schedule
Maintenance Operation
Daily
Every
100
Hrs.
Every
300
Hrs.
Every
500
Hrs.
Every
6
Months
Every
Year
Refer
to
Page
Check Engine Oil level (8)
X
27
Check Tire Pressure
X
19
Inspect All Nuts and Bolts for Tightness
X
19
Check and Clean Area Around Engine Air
Intake (9)
X
24
Clean Air Filter Elements (9)
See note 9 below.
24
Check Wheel Lug Nuts (Torque 65 to 75 Ft.
lbs.) (2)
X
19
Check Master Cylinder Brake Fluid Level
X
29
Check Battery Charge and Water Level
X
20
Change Engine Oil (3), (4) & (8)
X
X
27
Check Rear Transfer Case Fluid Level (7)
X
X
28
Clean Spark Arrester (1)
X
X
25
Check & Regap Spark Plugs (.028 to .031 in.)
(8)
X
X
Replace Air Cleaner Paper Element (5)
X
X
Inspect Drum Brakes (6)
X
X
Inspect Parking Brake (6)
X
X
Replace Spark Plugs (8)
X
X
Check and Adjust engine idle Speed (6) & (8)
X
X
Check Valve Clearance (6) & (8)
X
X
Clean Combustion Chamber (10)
X
24
X
Grease King Pins
X
29
Clean Battery and Terminals
X
20
Check Drive Belt and Pulleys
X
24
Reference Notes for above Maintenance Operation:
(1) Clean spark arrester whenever loss of engine power is noticed or every 100 hours (whichever comes first). Replace if damaged.
(2) Check tightness after first 2 hours of initial operation and after removal for repair and replacement.
(3) Make firstengine oil change after the first month of operation or at 20 hours of operation (whichever comes first).
(4) Service every 100 hours or 6 months (whichever comes first).
(5) Replace air cleaner paper element every 300 hours or ever season (whichever comes first). Replace more frequently when used
in dusty conditions. Replace immediately if damaged.
(6) Have a Land Pride dealer perform this service every year or every 300 hours (whichever comes first).
(7) Change ever year or every 400 hours (whichever comes first). Change immediately if contaminated with water.
(8) See also your Honda Engine Owner’s Manual.
(9) Clean foam and paper filter elements every 50 hours or every 3 months (whichever comes first). Inspect for damage during
cleaning and replace immediately any damaged filter element.Service more frequently when used in dusty dirty conditions.
(10) Have a Land Pride dealer perform this service every year or every 500 hours (whichever comes first).
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Section 7 Lubrication
Section 7 Lubrication
Lubrication Points
Multi-purpose
spray lube
Multi-purpose
grease lube
Engine Oil
A general description for engine oil maintenance,
recommendations, and capacities is provided below. See
Engine Operator’s Manual for a detailed description.
NOTE: Running engine low on oil can cause engine
damage and void engine warranty.
Multi-purpose
oil lube
50
Intervals at which
lubrication is required
3. Insert and remove dipstick without screwing it into the
fill neck. Check oil level shown on dipstick.
4. Fill to edge of oil fill hole with recommended oil when
oil level is low.
5. Replace filler cap/dipstick and tighten securely.
Engine Oil Change
Warm oil drains quickly and completely. Therefore, drain
used engine oil while engine is still warm as follows:
NOTE: Overfilling of oil level can cause loss of power,
engine damage and void engine warranty.
6 mo/300 hrs
Engine Oil Fill and Drain Locations
Refer to Figure 7-1
See also "Section 10 Specifications & Capacities" on page
33
Filler cap/dipstick location: At rear end of engine
Drain plug location: At rear end of engine
Type of Lubrication: SAE 10W30
Engine Oil Capacity: 1.16 US qts. / 1.1 liters
Quantity: Fill oil to outer edge of oil fill hole.
1. Park vehicle on a level surface, set park brake, turn off
ignition switch, and remove switch key.
2. Place a suitable container below engine to catch used
oil. Remove filler cap/dipstick and drain plug.
3. Allow used oil to drain completely and then reinstall
and tighten drain plug securely.
4. Dispose of used motor oil in a manner that is
compatible with the environment. Do not throw used
oil in the trash, pour it on the ground, or down a drain.
5. Fill oil to the outer edge of the oil fill hole with
recommended oil. Engine must be level when filling.
6. Replace filler cap/dipstick and tighten securely.
Engine Oil Maintenance Schedule
• Check oil level after each use
• Make first oil change after the first month of operation or
at 20 hours of operation (whichever comes first).
• Make all subsequent oil changes every 6 months or
every 100 hours of operation (whichever comes first).
Engine Oil Level Check
DRAIN PLUG
Refer to Figure 7-1
Check engine oil daily with filler cap/dipstick located at the
engine rear end as follows:
1. Park vehicle on a level surface, set park brake, turn off
ignition switch, and remove switch key.
2. Remove filler cap/dipstick and wipe it clean.
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Figure 7-1
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Transfer Case Oil
A general description for transfer case oil maintenance,
recommendations, and capacities is provided below.
NOTE: Running vehicle low on transfer case oil can
damage transfer case and void its warranty.
12 mo/100 hrs
Transfer Case Oil Type, Fill, and Drain
Refer to Figure 7-2
See also "Section 10 Specifications & Capacities" on page
33
Fill cap location: At rear right hand side (See arrow)
Drain plug location: At bottom center of transfer case
Type of Lubrication: 80/90 Gear lube
Transfer case Lubrication Capacity: 20 oz.
Quantity: Fill transfer case oil to edge of oil fill hole.
Transfer Case Oil Change
Warm oil drains quickly and completely. Therefore, drain
used transfer case oil while transfer case is still warm as
follows:
1. Park vehicle on a level surface, set park brake, turn off
ignition switch, and remove switch key.
2. Place a suitable container below the transfer case to
catch used oil. Remove fill cap and drain plug.
3. Allow used oil to drain completely and then reinstall
drain plug and tighten it securely.
4. Dispose of used transfer case oil in a manner that is
compatible with the environment. Do not throw used
oil in the trash, pour it on the ground, or down a drain.
5. Fill oil to the edge of the oil fill hole with recommended
gear lube.
6. Replace fill cap and tighten securely.
Transfer Case Oil Maintenance Schedule
• Check transfer case housing for damage and possible
oil leakage after each use.
• Check transfer case oil level every 6 months or every
100 hours (whichever comes first).
• Change transfer case oil once a year or every 400 hours
(whichever comes first).
Transfer Case Oil Level Check
Refer to Figure 7-2
Check transfer case oil level at the fill cap located on right
rear side of transfer case (See Arrow in Figure 7-2) as
follows:
1. Park vehicle on a level surface, set park brake, turn off
ignition switch, and remove switch key.
2. Remove fill cap and verify oil is level with bottom of fill
hole.
3. Fill oil to bottom of fill hole with recommended gear
lube if oil level is low.
4. Replace fill cap and tighten securely.
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Transfer Case
Figure 7-2
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Master Cylinder Brake Fluid
Grease Lubrication Points
Refer to Figure 7-3
Refer to Figure 7-4
12 months
100 hrs
Brake Fluid Type and Fill Location
See also "Section 10 Specifications & Capacities" on
page 33
Fill cap location: Located on the driver’s side of vehicle
mounted to battery support bracket. (see Figure 7-3)
Type of fluid: DOT 3
Quantity: Fill to line on reservoir.
King Pin
Grease front King Pins once every 12 months:
One Grease zerk for each front King Pin.
Type of Lubrication: Multi-purpose grease.
Quantity = Add grease until grease begins to emerge
from either the top or bottom bushings.
Brake Fluid Maintenance Schedule
• Check fluid reservoir every 100 hours.
• Fill reservoir immediately if low or if brakes begin to
fade.
Brake Fluid Visual Check and Fill
Refer to Figure 7-3
The master cylinder fluid reservoir is attached to the
battery support bracket on the driver’s side of the vehicle.
Visually inspect fill line located on reservoir by looking
under the driver’s side wheel well. Add DOT 3 fluid to the
reservoir through the front grill opening, see Figure 6-1 on
page 21, with a tube inserted in the reservoir and a funnel
attached to the tube.
21005
King Pin Location
Figure 7-4
21036
Figure 7-3
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Section 8 Seasonal Storage
Section 8 Seasonal Storage
Seasonal Storage
Vehicle Storage Preparation
Engine Preparation for Storage
The following steps should be taken when storing the ATR
to ensure readiness for the next season.
The following steps should be taken if the engine is not
going to be run for a season:
1. Run engine for a minimum of 15 minutes.
2. Drain oil from crankcase while engine is still warm.
3. Refill with fresh oil of proper viscosity. Refer to
page 27.
4. Prepare fuel system as follows:
Short term storage (90 days or less):
a. Siphon most of the fuel from the tank.
b. Add fuel stabilizer to the tank per manufacturers
recommendation.
IMPORTANT: Do not use fuel additives containing
methanol or ethanol.
c.
Fill fuel tank with fresh fuel to prevent water
condensation build-up.
d. Run engine to circulate fresh fuel throughout
engine components.
Long term storage (over 90 days):
a. Siphon most of the fuel from the tank.
b. Run engine until it stops from lack of fuel.
NOTE: Gasoline evaporates if left in carburetor for
long periods, forming gum and varnish deposits in the
carburetor. These deposits will cause engine flooding
and loss of power.
c.
Remove spark plugs and pour a tablespoon of
engine oil into each spark plug hole. Install plugs,
but do not reconnect plug leads.
d. Crank engine with starter at least a dozen
revolutions to distribute oil over cylinder walls and
valve mechanism.
5. Clean exterior surface of engine. Spread a light film of
oil over any exposed metal surfaces of engine that are
subject to corrosion.
6. Clean dirt and chaff from cylinders and fins, blower
housing and muffler.
7. Check oil fill cap and fuel tank cap to make certain
they are securely in place.
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1. Remove all dirt and trash.
2. Clean and touch up all scrapes per Section 9 Body
Repair Procedures on page 31.
3. Check thoroughly for any worn or damaged parts that
need replacing and order them from your Land Pride
Dealer.
4. Thoroughly lubricate the vehicle according to
lubrication instructions.
5. Block vehicle up to take weight off the tires.
NOTE: Do not deflate tires.
6. Protect battery from freezing temperatures.
Occasionally recharging battery during storage will
extend battery life.
7. Perform separate engine preparation steps as listed
below.
8. Store vehicle in a clean, dry place.
Vehicle Removal From Storage Preparation
Before starting the vehicle following post season storage,
the following servicing is required:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Clean vehicle, removing trash and dirt accumulation.
Reconnect spark plug leads to spark plug.
Check engine oil level.
Fill fuel tank with fresh gasoline. Run the vehicle at
half speed for 5 minutes, checking operation of
steering control levers. Stop engine and check for oil
leaks, loose fittings and so forth.
5. Tighten any bolts that have loosened.
6. Install all safety shields and review safety precautions
listed in this manual.
7. Check and inflate tires to correct air pressure.
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Section 9 Body Repair Procedures
Section 9 Body Repair Procedures
Introduction
Land Pride ATR Runabout bodies are constructed of ABS
with WeatherPro Gtm Color Cap. Scuffs, light scratches,
and deep gouges are in most situations repairable. Land
Pride recommends that you use a professional body shop
to restore your vehicle’s body. For your consideration, we
have provided below a list of recommended tools,
materials, and steps suggested for repairing the
WeatherPro Gtm Color Cap body.
NOTE: Land Pride does not supply the required tools,
paint, and materials needed to repair the vehicle
body. All tools, paint, and materials should be
purchased locally.
Light Scuff
Required Tools and Materials (See note
above)
• 1,000 rpm buffing tool, DeWalt #849
• Meguiars buffing compound #8432
• Meguiars polish #8232 (optional)
• Meguiars maroon cutting pad #W-7006
• Meguiars tan polishing pad #W-9006 (optional)
• Meguiars backing plate #W-64
• Soft clean cotton cloths
Steps to Repair
1. Clean entire area of repair. Clean water is fine for this
purpose. Do not use solvent as this will damage the
body surface.
2. Install cutting pad #7006 on buffer (maroon pad).
3. Spread compound on area of repair, use about as
much as it takes to cover a half-dollar coin, this is a
good starting point.
4. Set buffing tool to lowest possible speed on dial, do
not buff at a high speed as this will heat and warp
material.
5. Buff damage area until surface scuff disappears. A
second and third application of compound may be
required. Keep buffer moving over surface, this will
help keep the surface cool. Clean compound residue
off surface after each buffing operation. Do not
continue to buff compound until dry, or buff the surface
when dry. When all scuff marks have been buffed out
the surface may still appear a little dull, if so, proceed
to #6.
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6. Install polish on surface as in step #3.
7. Spread #8232 polish on surface as in step #3.
8. Polish to a high luster or as required to match
surrounding material.
9. Wipe clean with soft clean cloth; any dirt on cloth will
mar surface.
Scratch
Required Tools and Materials (See note
above)
• 1,000 rpm buffing tool, DeWalt #849
• Meguiars buffing compound #8432
• Meguiars polish #8232 (optional)
• Meguiars maroon cutting pad #W-7006
• Meguiars tan polishing pad #W-9006 (optional)
• Meguiars backing plate #W-64
• Soft clean cotton cloths
• 3M interface sanding pad #05774
• Air Vantage finishing sander with 6-inch hook and loop
pad
• 3M-P800 sanding film #00970
Steps to Repair
1. Clean entire area of repair. Clean water is fine for this
purpose. Do not use solvent as this will damage the
body surface.
2. Install interface-sanding pad onto finishing sander.
Attach sanding film to Interface pad. (Take care in
centering sanding pad and film on sander.)
3. Sand surface using about 45 P.S.I. air pressure at tool
inlet, do not sand at a high pad speed, because speed
causes the sanding film to load with dust and heats
the body surface. Proper sander pad speed is based
on cut and travel speed of pad, and downward
pressure applied by the operator. To clean sanding
pad surface, run sander face at 90 degrees on the
edge of a piece of cardboard. This cleaning operation
will help keep the sanding film clean and run cooler.
Continue to sand surface until original scratch
damage is no longer visible. Wipe the surface with a
cloth then inspect to be sure the entire original scratch
has been fully sanded away (very important).
4. Install cutting pad #7006 on buffer (maroon pad).
5. Spread compound #8432 on area of repair, use about
as much as it takes to cover a half-dollar coin, this is a
good starting point.
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6. Set buffing tool to lowest possible speed on dial, do
not buff at a high speed as this will heat and warp
material.
7. Buff sanded area until surface scuff disappears.
8. A second and third application of compound may be
required. Keep buffer moving over surface, this will
help keep the surface cool. Clean compound residue
off surface after each buffing operation. Do not
continue to buff compound until dry.
9. Buff the surface of the body when dry. When all scuff
marks have been buffed out the surface may still
appear a little dull, if so, proceed to #10.
10. Install polishing pad #W-9006 on buffer (tan pad).
11. Spread #8232 polish on surface as in step #3.
12. Polish to a high luster or as required to match
surrounding material.
13. Wipe clean with soft clean cloth; any dirt on cloth will
mar surface.
Deep Gouge
Steps to Repair
1. Sand damaged area with 500-grit paper to remove
raised edges and to create abraded surface for proper
adhesion.
2. Fill damaged area with Evercoat body filler (2-part
system) and allow to completely dry.
3. Sand down high spots with 500-grit paper. If recesses
are still visible due to fillers shrinkage, apply second
skim coat and again allow to dry completely, then sand
surface flush with surrounding area.
4. Apply DuPont Full-Thane Primer 421-15 over body
filler.
5. Once primer is completely dry, clean surface with
DuPont 3939 Cleaner, and again allow surface to dry
completely.
6. Apply 42470 Sealer over body filler.
7. Apply color-matched paint system with HVLP paint
sprayer according to supplier’s recommendations to
meet WeatherPro G’s surface finish, i.e. DuPont’s two
part Base/ Clear coat system.
Required Tools and Materials (See note on
page 31)
• 1,000 rpm buffing tool, DeWalt #849
• Evercoat Body Filler Easy Sand
• Sanding Pad
• DuPont Full-Thane Primer 421-15
• DuPont 3939 Cleaner
• DuPont Sealer 42470
• DuPont Chroma Base/ Clear Coat Paint System
• HVLP Paint Sprayer
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Section 10 Specifications & Capacities
Section 10 Specifications & Capacities
4200ATR Runabout
Engine
Horse Power
Displacement
Cylinders
Valving
Lubrication
Engine Oil Type
Engine Oil Capacity
Engine Idle rpm
Maximum Engine Static rpm
Max. Torque
Cooling
ACG Output
Honda GX390
Frame Construction
Tube & Channel
13
Frame. Suspension
Independent A-arms
Coil/over Adjustable
Shocks
389 cc
1
OHV
Sump/Splash
SAE 10W30
1.16 US quarts
1.1 Liters
1250 rpm min. to 1350 rpm
max.
3800 rpm
19.3 [email protected]
Air
Rear Suspension
Fenders
Front Bumper
Front Brush Guard
Seating
4-Post Acc.Bar
Rear Hitch
Approximate Curb Weight
Independent trailing arms
Coil/over Adjustable
Shocks
Integral
Standard
Optional
Buckets - 2
Standard
2” receiver
726 lbs.
Total Payload of Base Unit*
674 lbs.
Total Gross Vehicle Weight
1400 lbs.
12V/10A
Optional Front
Cargo Rack Capacity
160 lbs.
Ignition
Keyed/recoil back up
Optional Rear
Cargo Rack Capacity
40 lbs.
Battery
300 cca
Maximum Tongue Weight
50 lbs.
Spark Arrestor
Standard
Headlights
Standard
Wheel Base
Tail Lights
Standard
Tread Center Front
Fuel Capacity
Fuel Type
Transfer Case Oil Type
Transfer Case Oil Capacity
Transmission
Gear Selection
Max. Speed
Rear Brakes
6.9 qts
Unleaded fuel with 87 min
octane (Methanol fuel not
allowed)
80/90 Gear Lube
Maximum Towing Capacity
400 lbs.
64"
41.5"
Tread Center Rear
42"
Width at front tires
48"
Width at rear tires
54"
20 oz. US
Height OAL
CVT
Length OAL
94"
Turn Circle
18’
Turn Radius
9’
Forward/Neutral/Reverse
with Neutral Start
25 mph
63.5"
Hydraulic Drum
Floorboard Height
13"
Brake oil
DOT 3
Min. Ground Clear.
9 1/2”
Steering
Rack & Pinion
Steering Wheel Dia.
14" O.D.
Tire Size (Front)
25x8-12 All-Terrain Tread
Tire Size (Rear)
25x11-12 All-Terrain Tread
Body Cowling
ABS Composite
Tire Pressure (Front)
7 psi
Floorboards
ABS Composite
Tire Pressure (Rear)
7 psi
* Base unit does not include optional cargo racks.
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Section 11 Features & Benefits
Section 11 Features & Benefits
4200ATR Runabout
Features
Benefits
13hp Honda 390cc OHV Engine
Electric Start With Recoil Backup
4-Wheeled Independent Suspension
Rack & Pinion Automotive Type
Steering
Four Post Accessory Bar
7" Minimum Ground Clearance
674lb. Total Payload
4-Wheeled Automotive Style Braking
Constantly Variable Transmission
Side-by-side bucket seating
13" Diameter Steering Wheel
54" Wide Wheel Stance
Engine Mounted Over Drive Axle
High Back Bucket Seats
Wide Range Of Accessories
Warranty
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For Proven Power & Dependability
For easy and sure starts every time
For Soft Ride & Excellent Stability
For Easy Handling & Quick Response
Offers Accessory Mounting Capabilities & Added Protection from Limbs &
Branches
For Traversing Rough Terrain
For Convenient Cargo and Gear Hauling Capabilities
For Maximum Stopping Power & Control
For Rapid Response & Easy Shifting
For Maximum Operator & Passenger Comfort
For Easy Handling & Control
For Easy Narrow Trail Capability & Loading into Full or Mid-sized Pickups
For Excellent Traction Capability
For Added Passenger & Operator Comfort
To Meet Individual Customer Needs
One year against manufacturing defects.
Two years manufactured engine warranty.
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Section 12 Troubleshooting
Section 12 Troubleshooting
Symptoms
Probable Causes
Suggested Remedies
Battery is dead
Key switch is not in the off position
Switch key to off position
Disconnect and recharge battery
Battery is worn out or defective
Replace battery
Starter solenoid is shorted
Replace starter solenoid
Battery connections are loose or
corroded
Clean and tighten battery connections
Battery fluid level is low
Add distilled water to battery cell
Battery cell is dead
Turn key switch on and pull rope start
to start engine. Replace battery as
soon as possible
Battery will not charge up
Battery is worn out or defective
Brakes are sticking (won’t release)
Brakes not functioning
Electrical System does not work
Engine backfires
Master cylinder linkage is out of
adjustment
Adjust master cylinder linkage
Master cylinder return spring is broken
Replace master cylinder return spring
Ground debris in brake linkage
Clean debris from brake linkage
Master cylinder oil level is low
Add brake fluid to the master cylinder
Brake line is broken
Replace brake line
Brake line has air in it
Bleed brake line and add brake fluid
Master cylinder is defective
Replace master cylinder
Electrical fuse is blown or missing
Replace electrical fuse
Battery connections are loose or
corroded
Clean and tighten battery connections
Battery is worn out or defective
Replace battery
Ignition switch is defective
Replace ignition switch
Spark plug is fouled
Replace or clean spark plug
Air intake restrictor upstream of air
Replace or correctly install air intake
cleaner is missing or incorrectly installed restrictor
Engine knocks
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Throttle cable is defective or out of
adjustment
Clean and oil throttle cable. Replace
worn or damaged cable
Engine speed is set too low
Adjust engine idle screw
Engine is overloaded
Avoid overloading the engine
Fuel is stale or dirty
Replace fuel with new fuel
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Symptoms
Probable Causes
Suggested Remedies
Engine loses power
Throttle cable is sticking
Clean and oil throttle cable. Replace
worn or damaged cable.
Choke cable is sticking
Clean and oil choke cable. Replace
worn or damaged cable.
Spark plugs are defective
Replace spark plugs
Spark plugs are fouled
Clean spark plugs or replace
Fuel supply is restricted
Check for dirt in fuel tank
Fuel line is plugged, pinched, or kinked
Clean or replace fuel line
Fuel leaks into the crankcase
Clean or replace fouled spark plugs
Verify choke position is not stuck on.
Engine oil level is high
Drain excess oil, check for gas in the
oil
Fuel octane is incorrect
Use unleaded 87 minimum octane
Throttle cable is faulty or out of
adjustment
Adjust or replace throttle cable
Air cleaning element is plugged
Replace or clean air cleaner with air
Engine is overheating
See Symptoms for engine overheating
Engine cooling fins are plugged
Allow engine to cool. Clean cooling
fins with high pressure air.
Engine oil level is low
Add specified engine oil
Carburetor air intake tube is plugged
Clean air intake tube
Air cleaning element is plugged or
missing
Replace or clean air cleaner with air
Electrical connections are loose
Reattach electrical connections
Engine cooling fins are plugged
Allow engine to cool. Clean cooling
fins with high pressure air.
Throttle cable is sticking
Clean and oil throttle cable. Replace
worn or damaged cable.
Choke cable is sticking
Clean and oil choke cable. Replace
worn or damaged cable.
Fuel is stale or dirty
Replace fuel with new fuel
Fuel line is plugged
Clean fuel line
Fuel type is incorrect
Use unleaded 87 minimum octane.
(Methanol not allowed)
Fuel leaks into the crankcase
Clean or replace fouled spark plugs
Verify choke position is not stuck on.
Spark Plug wiring is defective
Replace spark plug wiring
Spark plug is defective
Replace spark plugs
Spark plug is fouled
Clean spark plugs or replace
Carburetor is not adjusted correctly
Adjust carburetor
Air cleaner is plugged
Replace or clean air cleaner with air
Engine overheats
Engine runs unevenly
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Symptoms
Probable Causes
Suggested Remedies
Engine starts in gear
Neutral switch is adjusted incorrectly
Adjust neutral switch to be engaged
with gear shift in neutral
Shifter link is out of adjustment
With gear shift in neutral, adjust shifter
link to also be in neutral position
Gas tank is empty
Refill gas tank
Spark Plug wiring is defective
Replace spark plug wiring
Ignition switch is defective
Replace ignition switch
Battery is worn out or defective
Turn key switch on and pull rope start
Crankshaft is broke
Replace broken crankshaft
Foot feed throttle spring is loose or
broken
Reattach disconnected foot feed
spring. Replace defective spring.
Throttle cable is sticking
Clean and oil throttle cable. Replace
worn or damaged cable.
Engine idle return spring is loose or
broken
Reattach disconnected engine idle
spring. Replace defective spring.
Engine idle set too high
Readjust engine idle
Governor spring is loose or broken
Reattach disconnected governor
spring. Replace defective spring.
Drive Clutch does not disengaged
Clean drive clutch by blowing air
through it
Not depressing the floor brake pedal
before setting the park brake.
Depress floor brake pedal with your
foot before setting the park brake.
Park brake cable is not adjusted
correctly.
Adjust park brake cable at the rear
wheel drums.
Park brake cable is broken
Replace park brake cable
Park brake cable is jammed with debris
Clean debris from park brake cable
Push button on top of park brake lever is
damaged
Replace push button assembly
Battery power is low
Recharge battery
Battery connections are loose or
corroded
Clean and tighten battery connections
Battery is worn out or defective
Replace battery
Harness connections are loose
Reconnect harness connections
Harness pin connections are bent
Straighten harness pins
Harness is defective
Replace harness
Ignition switch is defective
Replace ignition switch
Starter is defective
Replace starter
Engine oil is too heavy
Replace with SAE 10W30 oil
Engine stops running
Gear Shift is malfunctioning
Park brake doesn’t work
Starter cranks slowly
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Symptoms
Probable Causes
Suggested Remedies
Starter does not work
Neutral switch is not engaged
Adjust neutral switch to be engaged
with gear shift in neutral
Neutral switch is defective
Replace neutral switch
Battery power is low
Recharge battery
Battery connections are loose or
corroded
Clean and tighten battery connections
Battery is worn out or defective
Replace battery
Harness connections are loose
Reconnect harness connections
Harness pin connections are bent
Straighten harness pins
Harness is defective
Replace harness
Ignition switch is defective
Replace ignition switch
Starter is defective
Replace starter switch
Improper tire inflation
Inflate all tires to correct tire pressure
Tie rods not adjusted correctly
Adjust tie rods to make front tire center
line spread 1/8” to 3/16” less than rear
tire center line spread.
Damaged frame steering or suspension
parts
Inspect thoroughly
Pinion shaft is improperly attached
Realign pinion shaft
Pinion shaft is loose
Tighten pinion shaft bolts
Tie rod ends are loose
Align and tighten tie rod ends
Vehicle speed does not reach 25 MPH
Gas Pedal out of adjustment
Back jam nut off gas pedal and screw
gas pedal out. Retighten jam nut to
gas pedal.
Vehicle looses ground speed without
loosing engine speed
Normal condition when climbing grades
as the CVT will downshift automatically
allowing the engine to run in it’s
horsepower band.
None required
Drive belt is wet and slips
Rev engine in neutral for one minute
Drive belt is worn
Replace drive belt
Steering does not track correctly
Steering play is excessive
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Section 13 Appendix
Section 13 Appendix
Torque Values Chart
Bolt Head Identification
Bolt Head Identification
Bolt Size
(Inches)
in-tpi
Grade 2
1
Grade 5
Grade 8
N · ft-lb N · ft-lb N · ft-lb
Bolt Size
(Metric)
mm x
5.8
8.8
10.9
Class 5.8
Class 8.8
Class 10.9
N · ft-lb N · ft-lb N · ft-lb
1/4" - 20
7.4
5.6
11
8
16
12
M 5 X 0.8
4
3
6
5
9
7
1/4" - 28
8.5
6
13
10
18
14
M6X1
7
5
11
8
15
11
5/16” - 18
15
11
24
17
33
25
M 8 X 1.25 17
12
26
19
36
27
5/16" - 24
17
13
26
19
37
27
M8X1
18
13
28
21
39
29
3/8" - 16
27
20
42
31
59
44
M10 X 1.5
33
24
52
39
72
53
3/8" - 24
31
22
47
35
67
49
M10 X 0.75 39
29
61
45
85
62
7/16" - 14
43
32
67
49
95
70
M12 X 1.75 58
42
91
67
125
93
7/16" - 20
49
36
75
55
105
78
M12 X 1.5
60
44
95
70
130
97
1/2" - 13
66
49
105
76
145
105
M12 X 1
90
66
105
77
145
105
1/2" - 20
75
55
115
85
165
120
M14 X 2
92
68
145
105
200
150
9/16" - 12
95
70
150
110
210
155
M14 X 1.5
99
73
155
115
l215 160
9/16" - 18
105
79
165
120
235
170
M16 X 2
145
105
225
165
315
230
5/8" - 11
130
97
205
150
285
210
M16 X 1.5
155
115
240
180
335
245
5/8" - 18
150
110
230
170
325
240
M18 X 2.5
195
145
310
230
405
300
3/4" - 10
235
170
360
265
510
375
M18 X 1.5
220
165
350
260
485
355
3/4" - 16
260
190
405
295
570
420
M20 X 2.5
280
205
440
325
610
450
7/8" - 9
225
165
585
430
820
605
M20 X 1.5
310
230
650
480
900
665
7/8" - 14
250
185
640
475
905
670
M24 X 3
480
355
760
560
1050 780
1" - 8
340
250
875
645
1230 910
M24 X 2
525
390
830
610
1150 845
1" - 12
370
275
955
705
1350 995
M30 X 3.5
960
705
1510 1120 2100 1550
1-1/8" - 7
480
355
1080 795
1750 1290
M30 X 2
1060 785
1680 1240 2320 1710
1 1/8" - 12
540
395
1210 890
1960 1440
M36 X 3.5
1730 1270 2650 1950 3660 2700
1 1/4" - 7
680
500
1520 1120 2460 1820
M36 X 2
1880 1380 2960 2190 4100 3220
1 1/4" - 12
750
555
1680 1240 2730 2010
1 in-tpi = nominal thread diameter in inches-threads per
1 3/8" - 6
890
655
1990 1470 3230 2380
2 N· m = newton-meters
1 3/8" - 12
1010 745
2270 1670 3680 2710
3 ft-lb= foot pounds
1 1/2" - 6
1180 870
2640 1950 4290 3160
4 mm x pitch = nominal thread diameter in millimeters x
1 1/2" - 12
1330 980
2970 2190 4820 3560
Torque tolerance + 0%, -15% of torquing values. Unless otherwise specified use torque values listed above.
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Notes:
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Section 13 Appendix
Land Pride Limited Warranty
Utility Vehicle
Land Pride, A Division of Great Plains Manufacturing, Inc., 1525 East North Street, Salina, Kansas, USA
(hereinafter “Land Pride”) warrants for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of initial retail purchase
from an authorized Land Pride Utility Vehicle dealer that each new Land Pride Utility Vehicle shall be free,
under normal use and maintenance, from any defect in material and workmanship subject to the following
conditions, exclusions, obligations, and limitations.
1.
Coverage Any material or workmanship found and determined to be defective by Land Pride within the
(12) twelve month warranty period shall be remedied without charge for parts or labor at any authorized
Land Pride Utility Vehicle dealership.
2.
Owner’s Obligations The following obligations must be fulfilled by the owner to maintain the validity of
Land Pride warranty:
k. The original owner must service the vehicle according to the periodic maintenance charts contained in
the Operator’s Manual as neglecting to do so can impede the warranty process. These inspections,
maintenance services, and adjustments are to be performed at the owner’s expense.
l. The owner must present a copy of the warranty registration card or other positive proof of initial retail
purchase date issued at the time of purchase, to an authorized Land Pride Utility Vehicle dealer at the
time the warranty repairs are to be performed on the vehicle.
3.
Exclusions The following are specifically excluded from this warranty:
a. Any Land Pride Utility Vehicle used for rental purposes.
b. Any Land Pride Utility Vehicle used to tow loads in excess of the maximum trailer weight specified in
the Operator’s Manual.
c. Any Land Pride Utility Vehicle used to carry loads in excess of the maximum vehicle load rating
including occupants and cargo as stated in the Operator’s Manual.
d. Any Land Pride Utility Vehicle that has been altered or modified without Land Pride’s specific
recommendation, approval, and authorization in writing.
e. Any Land Pride accessories that are covered by the Land Pride Parts and Accessories Warranty Policy.
f. Any Land Pride Utility Vehicle that has not been completely and properly assembled and pre-delivered
by an authorized Land Pride Utility Vehicle dealer.Limitations. This warranty shall not apply to or
include any of the following:
4.
Limitations This warranty shall not apply to or include any of the following:
a. Repair or replacement required as result of (I) accident, (II) misuse or neglect, (III) lack of reasonable
and proper maintenance, (IV) repairs improperly performed or replacements improperly installed, (V)
use of replacement parts or accessories not conforming to Land Pride specifications which adversely
affect performance and/or durability, (VI) alterations or modifications not recommended or approved in
writing by Land Pride, and /or (VII) wear and deterioration occasioned by the use of this vehicle.
b. Pre-delivery, routine maintenance, service, and adjustments.
c. Engine (Warranty is covered by the original engine manufacturer).
d. Tires, belts, shocks, brakes, and body (Considered wear items).
5.
Limited Liability The liability of Land Pride under the twelve (12) month warranty is limited solely to the
remedying of defects in materials or workmanship by an authorized Land Pride Utility Vehicle dealer at its
place of business during customary business hours. This warranty does not cover inconvenience, loss of
use of the vehicle, or transportation of the vehicle to or from the Land Pride dealer. Land Pride shall not
be liable for any other expense, loss, or damage, whether direct, incidental, consequential, or
exemplary arising in connection with the sale or use of or the inability to use the Land Pride Utility
Vehicle for any purpose. Some states, provinces or countries do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
any incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
a. No express warranty is given by Land Pride with respect to the Land Pride Utility Vehicle except as set
forth herein. Any warranty implied by law, including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a
particular purpose, is expressly limited to the twelve (12) month warranty terms set forth herein. The
foregoing statements of warranty are exclusive and in lieu of all other remedies. Some states, provinces
or countries do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may
not apply to you.
b. No dealer is authorized to modify this Land Pride Utility Vehicle Warranty.
c. Any breach of warranty claim must be brought forth within 15 months of original sale.
6.
Legal Rights This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary
from state, province or country.
Effective January 2, 2003
7/14/08
4200ATR Light Utility Vehicle 710-040M
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Corporate Office: P.O. Box 5060
Salina, Kansas 67402-5060 USA
www.landpride.com

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